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Almost two years since the Uprising, the world has drastically changed.  

Sophia has taken up the mantle of the world's champion superhero, Freedom.  

However due to her cryptic message to the United Nations the world is divided in regards to her role in it. To some, she is a beacon of hope, while others see her as a new global threat they must find a way to deal with.  

The aftermath of Peace's attempted takeover of the planet has given rise to superhuman boosting and genetic hate groups.  

In the midst of new chaos and global tensions, a sinister plan is being hatched against the inhabitants of Earth among the stars, while an ancient evil has been released and is slowly gaining strength and making his own plans for world domination.  

Genesis promises to give birth to many revelations.  

When all is said and done, not only will EVO Universe never be the same...it might not survive.

©2018 Kipjo K. Ewers (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Rui
  • Baltimore, MD USA
  • 10-23-18

This needs to be an anime or a movie series.

I have been listening to this series since the first book. I did not discover it until mid to late 2014. I have been eagerly waiting for this particular book since Evo uprising. as a black geeky nerd myself. This book series just takes me away to a place that I wish was real. The minor exception of some of the horrible things that have happened in this book. if you like video games movies TV shows anime and a slew of other references with some really good action and a compelling story then this is a great book series for you. It's nice to see that even though the main character ( Sophia Denison ) is not only a female but a black female who still lives with the usual struggles and is the most powerful Evo on the planet. but she is just as human as the rest of us and can easily be brought to her knees by not only her mother but her own daughter with the emotional heartbreak of something that can happen. I am not an emotional guy by nature. But there were times that not only in this book but in previous books it almost brought me to tears. okay I admit it I did shed some tears a few times throughout this book series. I don't know if you can see this Kypjo Ewers. but you definitely need to keep Miss Carla reading this book series and I hope you keep the story going and even get an anime adaptation. I don't think live action would do it justice. Also I just want to say you were not slick with that " Ken Shiro " reference. I see what you did there! in closing I just want to say I love this book series and I desperately hope you keep it going. I wish you all of the success that you deserve for this book series and you have a loyal fan here. I even saw your YouTube videos that you put up about the book. I even commented on them as well.

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Great story

Wow it’s been awhile but the wait was worth it the story was great, the narrator was on point and the stories connections to our current narrative was great. Loved it can’t wait for next in the line (seriously I can’t wait it hurts)

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stop with the politics

Good book and a great series. The only thing I would ask is that he leaves politics out of the book. I get it, the author does not like Trump, but I really don't see a reason to slam him every other page. Please just stick to story and leave out the things that are distracting.

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Interplanetary...

Love this series. Kipjo is amazing and, somehow, each addition is equal to and better than the former. Ending left me standing on my feet, hair raised on my neck, tears in my eyes, with a smile on my face....

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Love it Kipjo! Keep them coming.

This book had love, sorrow, the what if, the what's next with a dash of WTF!?

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  • Jason
  • Louisville, KY, United States
  • 10-26-18

Unpolished yet Entertaining still

First I enjoy the author's works and grestly like his universe. My review is specific to points that I must leave vague to avoid spoilers.
There are numerous chapters of highlights with varying dates that I found hard to follow at the beginning and scattered through out. As well a heavy use of flashback narrative and scenes add to this.
I enjoy relationship building, though not at the expense of plot - I am sure there are those who adore this but for me I found the excessive additions grestly detracted and added little. Now, to theme, this does follow the miltiple episodes of an anime where little is acomplished on the main plot but many side characters get screen time...
In short, there is much filler that may come in to its own later, but within this book it adds to grammatical errors, a few extravagant use of unrealistic scales and... poor Kimberly!
If you enjoy the series please do read, but let yourself flow over spots that jar you.

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